Troy Container Line Promotes Key Personnel

(Press Release)
Monday, May 14, 2012
Svetlana Azimova, Assistant Vice President

Troy Container Line Ltd, announced May 14, 2012 the appointment of three key personnel to management positions.  Svetlana Azimova has been named Assistant Vice President of Troy Container Line’s Freight Cashier Department; Jonathan Lasker has been appointed Assistant Vice President of the company’s Import Department; and Michael C. Troy II is now the Global Account Manager of Troy Container Line’s Sales Department.


Svetlana Azimova has been an integral part of the Troy Container Line team for the past seven years.  Her strong interest in international commerce has allowed her to excel at her position and gain a complete understanding of the day-to-day operations in the company’s Freight Cashier Department.  In her new position, Azimova will be charged with overseeing all accounting matters, including working with the company’s banks, accountants and agents, as well as handling all settlements associated with Troy Container Line’s foreign agents.  Azimova works out of Troy Container Line’s headquarters in Red Bank, N.J.

Based in Troy Container Line’s Charlotte, N.C. office, Jonathan Lasker has supported the growth and development of the company’s import services for the past three years.  As AVP of Imports, Lasker will assist with the day-to-day operations of the company’s North Carolina-based team as well as help to oversee the continued expansion of the Import Department.  Prior to joining Troy Container Line, Lasker worked for a global logistics company in Charlotte.  Originally from West Virginia, Lasker earned a degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

In his new position, Michael C. Troy II will oversee the management of Troy Container Line accounts and client relations in both domestic and foreign markets.  His prior role with the company included promoting and introducing Troy Container Line to clients throughout the continental United States.  He has been recognized for his ability to build relationships and bridge the gap between office operations and Troy Container Line’s international customer base and agent network. His professional background includes sales, marketing and public relations experience.  Troy studied at Regent’s College in London and earned a degree from Monmouth University before entering the ocean transportation industry.  
 


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